This wholesome family friendly dish may not exactly win any beauty contests, but I guarantee she will come up with Miss popularity every time. It's a simple dish . . . there is nothing extraordinary here . . . but it has wow flavours!
I don't have a lot of tasty photos to show you of this one because, in all honesty . . . it just ain't pretty, but this is one case where you won't want to judge the book by it's cover. This is very family friendly and quite, quite delicious!
You will also want to use a cheaper cut of pork chop, one with a bit of fat on it and some bone . . . really lean ones will dry out in the long cooking time. The cheaper ones tend to have a lot more flavour and succulence anyways. In any case I do hope you will enjoy this. We had it simply with baked potatoes . . . thick and tasty beans with a barbeque flavoured sauce, with fork tender chops and a mealy baked potato to soak up all those lovely juices! Winner/winner/winner!
*Pork Chops & Beans*
Preheat the oven to 180*C350*F/ gas mark 4.
When the chops are browning, combine the remaining ingredients in a large oven proof casserole with a lid. Lay the browned chops on top of the beans. Cover tightly and bake in the heated oven for 40 minutes. Uncover and flip the chops over. Bake for an additional 15 to 20 minutes. The chops should be very tender and lightly glazed and the beans nicely thickened.